Category: Corporate Culture

The Rules Have Changed for Sex Discrimination

The Rules Have Changed for Sex Discrimination

On June 15, 2020, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity is a type of unlawful sex discrimination prohibited by Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act. This ruling will bring change across the nation. From a legal standpoint, the changes may

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What Didn’t Bill O’Reilly Get?

Is it possible Bill O’Reilly didn’t know the general boundaries of proper, lawful behavior in today’s workplaces? Was this highly educated, Harvard-degreed commentator unaware that continuing to make unwelcome advances, threatening to retaliate against those reporting them or following through could cost him his job and lots of money? Could

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Harassment and the cost of culture at Uber

The recent reports and allegations of sexual harassment at Uber have once again have highlighted the ill effects of a toxic work environment that rewards bad behavior. In mid-February, Susan Fowler, a former Uber engineer, wrote a blog in response to the many questions she’s received about why she left

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